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Access to the complete Bright Star Catalogue, a calendar conversion tool, and an astronomical event calculator are available. As data are pre-calculated and saved in a database, all calculations are very fast. Locations can be selected from an extendable location database with more than 2000 entries. Different world alcione PDF and maps of all continents are included.


Författare: Gabriele D’Annunzio.

Il terzo dei quattro libri poetici delle Laudidel Cielo, della Terra e degli Eroidi GabrieleD’Annunzio contiene le sue poesie piú famose.È il diario lirico di una breve stagione estivavissuta tra le Apuane e il mare della Versilia.

Besselian Elements provided by Jean Meuus. 3-color diagram that shows when a planet, a star, the moon or the sun is visible during any year from 3000 BC to AD 6000 at any location on the earth. The vertical axis marks the months of the year, the horizontal axis marks the hours of the day. These phenomena are very useful for historical purposes. Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, and Vista.

9110 entries of all stars brighter than magnitude 6. It’s one of the most widely used star catalogues and provides detailed basic astronomical and astrophysical data. The Bright Star Catalogue Viewer displays the data of the 5th Revised Ed. This website provides astronomical software: Alcyone Ephemeris – an accurate and fast astronomical ephemeris calculator covering the period 3000 BC to AD 3000. A questo titolo corrispondono più voci, di seguito elencate. Questa pagina è stata modificata per l’ultima volta il 30 nov 2018 alle 19:38. Vedi le condizioni d’uso per i dettagli.

Aeolus, either by Enarete or Aegiale. Alcyone and Ceyx were very happy together in Trachis, and according to Pseudo-Apollodorus’s account, often sacrilegiously called each other “Zeus” and “Hera”. Ovid also adds the detail of her seeing his body washed up onshore before her attempted suicide. The myth is also briefly referred to by Virgil, again without reference to Zeus’s anger. Ovid and Hyginus both also make the metamorphosis the origin of the etymology for “halcyon days”, the seven days in winter when storms never occur. Morpheus appears to Alcyone, engraving by Virgil Solis for Ovid’s Metamorphoses Book XI, 650-749. Bauer for Ovid’s Metamorphoses Book XI, 633-676.